1:54: UNO 1-0 QU (PPG) – Jayson Megna 7 from Bryce Aneloski 9 and Matt White 17
15:47: UNO 1-1 QU (PPG) – Zack Currie 5 from Connor Jones 14
18:59: UNO 2-1 QU – Brent Gwidt 5 from Johnnie Searfoss 8
1:43: QU – Loren Barron – 2 min. for tripping
5:04: UNO – Joe Krause – 2 min. for roughing
5:04: QU – Russell Goodman – 2 min. for roughing
5:37: UNO – Brock Montpetit – 2 min. for elbowing
8:06: QU – Michael Peca – 2 min. for holding
10:33: UNO – Johnnie Searfoss – 2 min. for interference
15:44: UNO – Andrew Schmit – 2 min. for goaltender interference
16:21: QU – Loren Barron – 2 min. for slashing
19:50: QU – Zach Tolkinen – 2 min. for cross-checking
UNO 11-12 QU
UNO 1-for-4; QU 1-for-3
UNO, looking to win the weekend series after tying Friday’s tilt 2-2, wasted little time getting on the board on Saturday.
Seconds into a power play in the game’s opening two minutes, Maverick forward Jayson Megna fired a wrist shot from the left hash marks that beat QU goaltender Eric Hartzell through a gap high stick-side.
Many more penalties came in the afternoon’s opening period, and so did a second power play goal, again with the goal coming just after the 5-on-4 began.
Just like on Megna’s opener, QU tied the game three seconds into a power play of its own. Bobcat center Connor James won an attacking-zone faceoff and fed the puck back to defenseman Zack Currie, who wristed a long shot glove-side past UNO goalie Ryan Massa.
UNO regained its lead before the period was out, though. Maverick forward Brent Gwidt was credited with the even-strength goal, firing Hartzell to the far post from the left circle.